City Mission PNG, a leading Christian based non-profit charity organisation has received a major boost towards its programs.
Bank South Pacific (BSP) today presented K5,000 to the organisation as part of its ongoing annual support to this charity organisation.
Rosemary Mawe, the bank’s Corporate Sponsorships Manager was on hand to present the support, and reaffirmed the bank’s commitment to City Mission.
“BSP appreciate the role City Mission has contributed to PNG especially in providing a home and training to destitute boys in the country. Therefore, we take great pride in supporting such organisations that provide and enhance the livelihood of our youth and giving to City Mission is testament that BSP remains an integral part of the communities it operates in,” Ms Mawe said.
“As City Mission PNG prepares to celebrate its 20th Anniversary in PNG, BSP is just as proud to be associated with the Mission over the years,” she added.
City Mission PNG Chief Executive Officer Rev Ronald Brown when receiving the cheque acknowledged and commended BSP for their continued support that helps the youths in the Mission with various projects.
“BSP’s support to City Mission has been continuous for several years. The bank does similar to various other charitable, humanitarian and non-government organisations that strive to make positive contributions to the community.”
“This is a timely donation as we continue providing service to the unfortunate, and we are grateful to BSP for supporting us as we make a positive difference in the lives of those in need,” said Rev Brown.
Fuelled by the vision of “Spreading the Love of God and meeting human needs” the Port Moresby City Mission provides physical, emotional and spiritual help through practical, positive programs and helps to develop skills and potential with young people which enables them to become self-reliant.
It is through such worthy support from individuals and corporate organisations such as BSP that helps sustain the operations of City Mission.